This Revolution '67, Lesson 1: Protest: Why and How lesson plan also includes:
To some people, protesting is as American as apple pie, but the factors that lead to protests can be as confusing to veteran activists as to today's youth. Revolution '67 explores the riots in Newark, New Jersey as a case study. Using primary source documents, a video clip, and a student worksheet, the spirited resource enlivens any social studies curriculum and engages pupils in an exploration of the nature of discontent in a democratic society.
- Assign as a small group activity prior to a discussion involving the entire class
- EDSITEment suggests this resource for middle school students, but it is probably more appropriate for older pupils
- The lesson plan is part of a two-part series on the Revolution of '67
- This resource is only available on an unencrypted HTTP website. It should be fine for general use, but don’t use it to share any personally identifiable information
- Links all materials both as webpages and downloadable PDFs for use in either a traditional or 1:1 classroom
- Includes questions for a teacher-led class discussion
- Provides learning objectives along with resources that teachers to provide a comprehensive background of Newark in the '60s
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